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Ride 'em Cowboy Cookie Collection





With the challenge to make cowboy boot cookies for my pastor's retirement party......
I got all CRAZIE and made a whole collection of cookies to go with the boots.
I know you are SO surprised. haha


Cowboy Boot Cookies (Tutorial)
/www.cookiecrazie.com//2013/11/cowboy-boot-cookies-tutorial.html

/www.cookiecrazie.com//2013/10/jean-pocket-cookies-tutorial.html




Here's the actual set I gave my pastor as a gift.......in a beautiful BRP box, of course. :)



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Jean Pocket Cookies (Tutorial)





Sometimes cookie themes evolve......from something simple.....to a cascade of related shapes.
Haha.....I have trouble knowing when to say enough-is-enough.

I was making some western boot cookies for a special occasion......
and suddenly I found myself surrounded by a myriad of western/southwest themed cookies.

I came across a cute idea I'd seen others do with a jean pocket.

No need for a special cutter.
Just cute a square and go from there.



Outline and flood the pocket with a muted blue shade of 10-second glaze.
Allow it to dry for at least an hour before adding the pocket top layer.


If desired......you can add a brad or a tag to make the pocket look even more authentic.
And for extra detail (see I told you.....sometimes I just don't know when to stop....),
add a bandana in the pocket. :)

After the cookie has dried overnight, 
paint on some "stitches with a paint brush and some white food color gel.


Check out SugarBelle's awesome tutorial on doing bandana print.


Ride 'Em Cowboy Cookie Collection


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